Cheesecake lover? Give this delicious and incredibly Instant Pot s’mores cheesecake recipe a try and you’ll love every bite!
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Whether you’re hosting a house party for a few friends or are just in the mood to indulge in a sweet treat, we’ve got just the right thing for you.
This super light and creamy cheesecake (complete with s’mores) has the perfect texture and taste, gets ready super quick and easy, and is a great dessert you can try recreating in your instant pot.
Ready to give it a shot? Keep reading to discover what you’ll need, and some quick tips and tricks to get started.
Can I Use a Springform Pan in an Instant Pot?
If you’ve tried making cheesecake earlier, you know that springform pan is an absolute necessity. But you might be confused about whether or not you could use the pan in your instant pot.
Well, in general, springform pans are constructed using either of the three materials- stainless steel, anodized aluminium or food grade silicone, and all three of them are completely safe to be used in an instant pot.
How Do I Know My Instant Pot Smores Cheesecake Recipe is Done?
Depending on the kind and amount of ingredients, the cooking time for your instant pot cheesecake can vary. Just stick to the cooking time as per the recipe you have, and that should suffice.
When your cook time ends, turn off the instant pot and allow the pressure to naturally release.
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Can I Make Marshmallow Fluff Myself?
If you’re looking for a quick fix, store bought marshmallow fluff can be your best bet. But if you don’t mind making a teeny bit of extra effort and making it yourself, you can do that too. It’s actually pretty easy too.
You’ll basically need to start by combining water, sugar and corn syrup and getting it to a temperature of around 240 degrees and on the side, beat some egg whites with cream of tartar and salt until they are nice and fluffy and form stiff peaks.
And finally, you need to drop in the hot sugar syrup into the eggs while mixing it continuously, and drop a couple of drops of vanilla essence into it. That’s it.
Why Should I Let My Cheesecake Cool Down Before Refrigerating It?
Most cheesecake experts (and recipes) will tell you to first cool down your cheesecake, allow it to come to room temperature and then pop it into the refrigerator for a few hours before you go ahead and serve.
But why all that hassle- you might ask? Why not just remove it from the instant pot and get it into the refrigerator?
Well, the reason is simple. When you do that, it allows all the residual steam to escape, and there won’t be any condensation on the top of the cake when you remove it from the refrigerator to serve it.
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